In an interview, Chez Ntemba proprietor Kalonsi Kayembe said the upgrade will turn the dancing and drinking joint to truly an international hot spot.
He said the club has a big role to play in uplifting tourism in the country as the summit will attract many international delegates.
“It is the role of us to ensure our visitors leave with a good picture about Malawi. That is why Chez Ntemba has decided to invest more in improving its services,” Kayembe said.
The facelift is expected in Blantyre this weekend.
During the visit to the Lilongwe outlet on Tuesday, carpenters, builders, painters and electricians were busy retouching the club which hosts hundreds of nightlife pilgrims daily.
According to Kayembe, the rehabilitation includes putting in place new roofing, windows, furniture, modern tiles, sound equipments and disco lights.
The new-look-bar will have four compartments for different kinds of beverages. Each partition will have a DJ playing music.
To test the refurbished club, the club chain invited South African DJ Sbu for a performance in Lilongwe on Thursday and Blantyre Friday night.